"Hope I Never Find Me There" as written by and Dave Mason....
Seems that I had just to stay
The birds have flown, the sky's turned gray
The bees have ruffled by the flowers
Plastic plants that never die and I
Hope they never find me here
I walked upon synthetic grass where little people said
"Don't ask about the field where you once played
Atomic Factories have replaced" and I
Hope they never find me here
The horse I ride has lost a shoe, the buttercups are dry
The car I drive has broken down and the blacksmith trade is dying
Meals I eat have changed into a concentrated vacuum
The air has come to be as one
Time to leave has just begun
The world is waiting its a fact
To stage the last and final act and
Hope I never find me there

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"Hope I Never Find Me There" as written by Dave Mason

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    General Commenti think it speaks about the peacefull and yet paranoid feelling we get from psychoactive drugs.
    Winwood sings first about the wonderfull world he sees in his ilussinations, and about him being afraid to be caught in this positions. then he comes back to the reall world, and he is not very happy about it.
    karnunaon May 27, 2008   Link

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